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AFRAPIX Consolidation Project Series
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Justice and Peace

'Justice and Peace' was formed in response to Vatican II, Pope Paul VI setting up the Pontifical Commission for justice and peace in 1967. A justice and peace group was founded in Johannesburg in 1973/4. ' Justice and Peace' was keenly aware that Apartheid had been a key characteristic of societal imbalances. Apart from its primary focus which was to raise awareness in the Catholic Community, Justice and Peace worked closely with both local and international organisations (religious and lay) who were committed to transforming society through justice and reconciliation.


Mark Heywood Papers

Included in the collection are the photographs of Cedric Nunn, Paul Grendon, Warren Parker, Anna Zieminski, Benny Gool and Eric Miller.

The collection contains the personal papers of Mark Heywood, activitist, member and director of various NGOs in South Africa during the 1980s to 2000s, such as the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS), the AIDS Law Project (ALP), and finally 'Section 27', where Mark Heywood served as Executive Director.

Mayibuye archives, University of the Western Cape

The Mayibuye Archive was established in 1992, with many activists and organisations donating their collections, amongst them the IDAF collection, which contains a number of Afrapix images.
"The initial core collection is constituted of the material collected by the International Defence and Aid Fund (IDAF) which was banned in 1966 and continued its work in London until 1991. After the unbanning of organizations in 1990 and IDAF’s closure, the IDAF collection was relocated to South Africa to form the nucleus of the archives of the pioneering Mayibuye Centre for History and Culture in South Africa, based at the University of the Western Cape."
Source: website of the Mayibuye Archive

National Progressive Primary Health Care Network, Records

Formed in September 1987, the National Progressive Primary Health Care Network was established in order to promote Primary Health Care, particularly to poor people in rural areas. The NPPHCN was committed to equal, accessible, good health services which everyone can afford and access, and that there should be a national health service.

The collection contains a number of images by Afrapix photographers, which were used by the NPPHCN for exhibitions, conferences, pamphlets and other outreach material. Included are Graham Goddard, Guy Tillim, Cedric Nunn, Roger Meintjes, Chris Ledochowski, Lesley Lawson, Gisele Wulfsohn, Gideon Mendel, Anna Zieminski, Steve Hilton-Barber, Gill De Vlieg.

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